Special-Ed teacher jailed after becoming pregnant by her underage studentBy Mason White 11:37 AM March 15, 2013
|McKenzy Kelly Watson|
By: Ryan Lee Hall
(Scroll down for video) A 35-year-old Special-Ed teacher violated the trust and angered many people after she had unprotected sex with her student.
McKenzy Kelly Watson, a former teacher from San Diego, California, was sentenced to one year in county jail and three years probation but she will be release early from prison after she revealed that she was pregnant.
Watson met the boy when he was a student in her class at New Haven Youth & Family Services, a residential and educational center that treats children 8 to 17-year-olds who suffer from behavioral and emotional problems. She met the 16-year-old student and they had unprotected sex.
Surprisingly, Watson will not have to register as a sex offender, but is banned from teaching. Watson now works in accounting, according to reports.
The judge, ordered the defendant to stay away from the baby’s father except to notify him via a third party about pregnancy-related information. The teenager will also be allowed to attend the birth.